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I got the same one. Apparently it's only for new accounts. I called and got a dorky sounding rep on the phone who fumbled through the call. She did put me on hold and came back to tell me it was for new accounts only. I ended the call frustrated.

 

Anyone else know if she was wrong? She sounded like a nimrod.

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does anyone have any estimates of how long it took NFCU to BT a balance from Penfed back to NFCU? (the time length for the NFCU BT to make payment on their Penfed account)

 

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does anyone have any estimates of how long it took NFCU to BT a balance from Penfed back to NFCU? (the time length for the NFCU BT to make payment on their Penfed account)

 

thanks

 

it usually takes me about two weeks start to finish when i move my balance from navy to PSECU and back to restart the 0% clock...

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I never get these offers! :angry:

well most 0% BT offers from NFCU can be used by any member

How would one access the offer?

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I got the same one. Apparently it's only for new accounts. I called and got a dorky sounding rep on the phone who fumbled through the call. She did put me on hold and came back to tell me it was for new accounts only. I ended the call frustrated.

 

Anyone else know if she was wrong? She sounded like a nimrod.

 

 

geez

 

You know there is a time in everyone's life when they don't know everything. It's everyday of there life.

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I don't that offer either. Navy wouldn't dare offer me that same offer. I'm still on that last 2.5% for 12 months offer they came out with a few months ago. (I think that's what it was.)

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I got in on the 2.99% offer. My first statement charged me interest and then they refunded me the same amount of interest. Kind of strange. We'll see what statement #2 shows. I didn't see anything in my account or email about a zero percent offer now though.

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